Looking for a great trail in Green River Gameland, North Carolina? AllTrails has 14 great hiking trails, walking trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 10 moderate trails in Green River Gameland ranging from 1.6 to 13 miles and from 1,017 to 2,214 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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rocky
3 days ago

Difficult trail but worth the work. Ropes are helpful and the 2x6 to cross was safe.

hiking
4 days ago

Hiked in just to the descent into the narrows, beautiful and worth it. Ropes make it easy, just be careful with footing. Parked in gravel pullout on Big Hungry rd. A bit buggy. Pup had a blast.

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bugs
14 days ago

Definitely worth the hike. Don’t recommend trekking off to rock hop when it branches off. The hard part is getting to the gorge. The gorge is gorgeous (no pun) however, this is a difficult climb and is not recommended for people who are bound to a wheelchair or anyone who is mildly out of shape (like myself). When you arrive from “repelling” down the mountain, please refrain from falling into stream located near the 2x6. I know it is appealing, but trust me from personal experience. As fore-mentioned, It is difficult to get back up and you will feel like you just completed the Tour De France. This all is coming from someone who hasn’t been an avid hiker in about 5 years. It’s not the hardest hike I’ve completed but it’s not easy and not moderate per se.

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rocky
washed out
15 days ago

This was a great hike. Thank goodness everyone stated where the trail started. Be sure you do not go from the warning sign but cross the road and go up from the left side of the creek. You will see the first red blaze on the tree. There are lots of trees down and you will cross 3 creeks. We could not find any way to cross one of them without getting our feet wet. We took water shoes and a towel. The waterfall was awesome, but too bad someone thought it was a good idea to spray paint the nearby rocks.

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blowdown
15 days ago

hiking
off trail
scramble
washed out
15 days ago

hiking
blowdown
closed
15 days ago

muddy
washed out
15 days ago

A great waterfall with a pretty adventurous hike up to it. Red blazes mark the path, and the trailhead isn’t really well marked, unlike the Big Bradley Trailhead. Bring water shoes and watch out for the crawfish!

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bugs
muddy
over grown
16 days ago

Fairly easy trail down to the river! Several spots along the river to put stuff down and take a swim!

Some of the best overlooks around!

Great trail. A little busy and parking can be “interesting”. Highly recommend this trail system.

hiking
21 days ago

Great trail with great spots to get in the water.

hiking
21 days ago

Fun, easy trail until you get to the narrows. Descent to the narrows was fun. Ropes made it easier. Only sketchy part were the slick rocks where Pulliam dumps into the Green. Crossing a 2x6 to get to the narrows was a bit sketch as well. Fun!

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off trail
over grown
washed out
21 days ago

extremely poorly marked. Walked for 2 hours and never found the falls. So many trails that go off the main trail and nothing is marked. Tons of eroded and washed out areas and trees you have to climb over.

23 days ago

Best said by my dog South. 5 bones! The trail is no problem lots of flowers, plants, smells, water to cool off on. Going down to the Narrows my best friend G had to help as the rocks are slippery and he had to lift me up coming back up. The trail down to the narrows is for the adventurous. Woof and a wag of the tail.

Nice trail, but lots of trees down and a couple creek crossings to contend with. Biggest issue is someone has tagged the rock just to the left of the falls with big blue painted initials, so if you are hoping for a good photo you will have to be creative with cropping.

Great trail along some beautiful waterfalls and creeks.

The only reason we have this a 4 instead of 5 is because they isn’t a payoff at the top. Well maintained hike with my man. A few creeks to cross but just the right combo of ease and difficulty for a good walk. Don’t let the beginning fool you, or the elevation map.

a bit confusing, be aware of the trail markers as you need to hang a right down towards the river.

Overall a great hike. Not long, minimal elevation, and good payout of the waterfalls at the end. No way to avoid your shoes getting wet though and some scrambling over down trees. Also no markers for the trailhead. We were able to confirm the trail from other hikers wrapping up their hikes. One of the main stream crossings could have been marked more clearly as well. We did not see any red marks on the other side of the stream until we had crossed it. We felt a little uncertain since there was no way around dipping your foot in the water to get across. All-in-all made for a great, short hike before visiting Sierra Nevada Brewery then getting an early dinner in Hendersonville.

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over grown
washed out
1 month ago

hiking
washed out
1 month ago

My wife and I hiked this trail today and thankfully we looked ahead about where to go. There’s apparently two trailheads for this area but only one sign for anything, and it doesn’t even show that it’s the trailhead for one of the trails. We initially went the wrong way on this hike, as soon as you start, it looks like there’s a clearing to your right, that is NOT the way to go. You will see a small trail and a red painted dot on a tree to your left and that is the way you should go. Those red dots on trees will be your trail markers for the hike. There were a lot of downed trees on this trail, making for some sketchy climbing, and there are a few instances were you have to walk across water on the trail. So that was the negatives, however, it was worth the hike. The waterfall is beautiful and a nice breeze meets you when it comes into view. There is a couple of ebeneezers that are pretty cool! (I added a rock), and the water is nice and cool. Could even be a spot to take a dip if you want. Overall, 3 out of 5. 3 because it’s still a pretty waterfall, but not 5 because of the negatives.

Finding the actual trail to the falls wasn't easy. There are no signs except a large warning sign that leads one to believe the trail is behind it. It's not. Go across the street and follow the road across the water. Look up and you will find the trail. There are many downed trees and two creeks you will wade across before reaching the falls. Pay attention to the red marks on the trees. They will keep you on the right path. I figured that out on the way back after getting lost on random side trails. I love this trail and when I go back I will be getting lost on some of those side trails.

on Rock Hop Trail Loop

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off trail
1 month ago

Not marked and so many trails run into each other. Definitely need to look at the map before picking a direction.

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muddy
washed out
1 month ago

Fun little hike, with my two year old, husband, and puppy! End waterfall is beautiful and super simple (if you stay on the path

Pretty trail. rugged in some spots and you've gotta get wet to cross the creek in 1 spot. waterfall is beautiful.

lovely hike, did not go down to the falls and brought me dog. no issues

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rocky
scramble
1 month ago

A bunch of trees were Down, so be extra careful!

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